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Notice to I'jbyilclana and tha Public.
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overexerting myself. Having beard yonrpUiten sauoh
recommended for cam of this kind, I proented one, and
the remit was all that I c uld deilre. A single plaster
cured me In a week. , Yours rsspeotfully,
J. 0. BRIOO.,
Proprietor of the Brandreth Honie, Mew York.
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are ansirpaased for the benefits they Impart. Prloe 8J
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(SUNDAY MORNING, DEC. 29, 18IJ1.
THE LATEST NEWS.
BY TELEGRAPH
From all Parts of the World.
REPORTED FOR THE OHIO STATESMAN.
The Great Rebellion!
MASON AND SLIDELL.
SURRENDERED.
Correspondence Between Secretary
Seward and Lord Lyons.
Washington Gossip.
NEWS FROM SOUTHERN
SOURCES.
GEN, BUELL ADVANCING.
Latest from Missouri.
&c. &c. &c.
Mason and Slidell Given Up.
WaIHMOTOW. Deo. 28. Messrs. Mason nnrl
Slldell have been given op to Eoglaod. The
official correspondence will be published imme.
diately.
Official Correspondence Between
Secretary Seward and Lord Lyons.
New Yok, Dec. 28. The official corres
pondence between our Government and Urc.it
Britain, relative to the aeizuro of the traitors
Slldell aud Masoo, Is received. The first ia a
letter from Secretary Seward to Minister Ad
ams, dated November du, in wnioh be compli.
meuts the latter for wisely sneakies; and act,
log at tbe Lord Mayor's dinner; and also
states that he told Lord Palmerston Dimply the
iaci,woen imorming Dim mat me ilieol the in
inrrection was suetainod bv thehooea of its rec
ognition by England and Franco, and if those
hopes oeaucd, the Insurrection would cerUh in
ninety days.
tie reiers in tbe same noto to the fact of the
arrest of Slldell and Mason by Captain Willi e,
as a new and unforeseen circumstance, which
Is to be met by the two governments, if poeei-
we, in ainaiy spirits.
Lord Lyons bad said oothios on tho subject.
and no explanations were furoibbed Minister
Adams, It being deemed prudent that the
ground taken by tbe British government should
oe first made known here. But Secretary Sew
ard deemed It proper to etite that CaDlain
Wilkes aoted without Inftruotiots. and tbo eub-
jcot, therefore, is frco Irom embarrassments
which might have ensued if tbe aot had been
specially oirected. He trusts tbe British gov
ernment will consider the subject in a friendly
temper, and it may expect the best disposition
on our part.
The next letter U from Earl Rursell to Lord
Lyons, dated Nov. 30, w"hich details tbe Trent
affair. He says: "It thus appears that ctr;ain
Individuals have been forcibly taken from a
British vessel, the ship of a neutral power, on
a lawful and innocent voyage: an act of vio-
lenoe which was an affnnt to the British flic
and a violation of international law. Her Ma
jesty's government are willing to believe the
act was wunout autnoruy, anu resulted from a
misunderstanding, as tbe government of the
United States must be fully aware the British
government would not allow snoh affront to the
national honor to pats without full reparation;
ana tne uritisn government is unwilling to be
lieve that the Uuited States deliberately intend
ed unnecessarily to force a discursion of s
grave a question between the tiro governments.
"tier majesty's government trusts that tbe
government of tbe United States will of its
own accord offer snch redress aa alone could
satisfy them, vix: Tbe liberation of the four
persons, and their delivery to Lord Lyons, that
they may again be placed under British au
thority; and a suitable apology for the aggres
sion committed. Should these terms not be of
fered by Mr. Seward, you will propose them to
mm."
Mr. Seward replies to Lord Lvons. bv whom
be was iuruished a oopy of Earl Russell's letter,
Btatiog that the dispatch had been submitted t'j
tbe President.
Mr. Seward ttites that, "The British Gov
ernment rightly conjectured, what it is now my
duty to state, that Cpt. Wilkes acted upon bis
own suggestions of duty, without any direction
or instruction, or even foreknowledge of it on
tbe part ot this uovernment. INo directions bad
been given him or any other naval offioor to ar
rest the fuur persons, or any of them, on tbe
Trent or any other British vessel, or any neutral
vessel thero or elsewhere."
Alter discussing the whole subject at great
length on all its bearings, Mr. Seward says:
' "X trust I have shown to the British Govern
ment, by a very Bimple and natural statement of
facts, and analysis of law applicable to them,
that this Government have neither meditated
ntr practiced, nor approved any deliberate
wronx in tbe transactions to which they have
called its attention, and on the eontriry, that
what baa happened has been simply an iimdver
tancy, consinting in a departure by the naval
officer, free from any wrongful motive, from a
rule uncertainly established, and probably by
tbe several parties concerned either imperfectly
understood or entirely unknown. For this error
tbe British Governmen hs a right to expect tbe
same reparation that we, as an independent
state, enouia expeot irom ure&t Britain or any
other friendly nation in a similar ease.
"1 nave not been unaware that in examining
this questtao I have fallen into aa argument for
what seems U be a British side of it, against
my own country, out 1 am relieved from all
embarrassment on the subject. I bad hardly
fallen int9 that line of argument when I discov
ered that I was really deleoding and mauitain
ing, not exclusively British interests, but nnold
honored and cherished Amerioan caaBe, not up
on British authorities, but upon principles that
const! mte a large portion ot the distinctive pol
icy by which the United States have developed
tbe resouices of a continent, and thus become a
considerable maratlme power, and won the re
spect and confidence of many nations. These
ptinciplos were laid down for us by James Mad
ison, in 1804, when Secretary of State under
Jefferson, in bis instructions to James Monroe,
our then Minister to England."
Mr, Seward says, after quoting these instruc
tions, that. "If I decide this case in favor of my
own government,! must disavow Its most cher
ished principles, Tsleaso and reverse and for
ever abandon its essential policy. The country
cannot afford the sacrifice. If I maintain tbete
principles, and adhere to that policy, I must
surrender the case Itself. It will be seen, there
fore, that this Government could not deny the
Justice of the elalm presented. We are asked
to do to the British nation just what we always
insisted all nations ought to do to ns. In com
ing to my oonolusion, I have not forgotten that
if the satoty ot this union required tne deten
tion of the Union prisoners it would be done.
It would be the right and duty of this gov
ernment to detain them, but the effectual check
to the waning proportions of the existing lueur
reotion, as well as the comparative unim
portance oi the captured persona themselves,
when dispassionately weighed, happily forbid
me irom resorting to that delense. Nor am I
unaware that American cltlzecs are not In any
case to be unnecessarily surrendered for any
purpose into the keeping of a foreign stato
Only the captured persons, hoaever, or others
who are Interested la them, could ustiy raise a
question on that ground. It would tell little for
our own glaims to the ebaraoter of just and
a
is
in
by
us
to
A
a
at
msrinanimoua people. i( we should so far con
sent to be guided by law of retaliation a) to lift
np burled injuries against national consistency
ana national conseienoe. rutting aBiae an sag
sestlous of this kind, I piefer to express my
satisfaction that by adjustment of tbe preeent
case upon principles oonltsicdiy American, and
yot, as I trust, mutually satislaotory to both
nations conoerned, a question is finally and
rightly settled between them which bcretoforo
exhausted not only all forms of peaceful discus
sions, but also the arbitrament of war Itetlf
for more than bait a century, alienated tho two
countries from each other, and perplexed with
tears and apprehensions all other cationa.
"The four persons In question are now hold
in military custody at Fort Warren, in the State
or Massachusetts, i noy win do cbecriuiiy lib
crated, and jour LcrJehlp will please indicate a
time and plsce for receiving them.
"I renew my assurance of my very high con
sidoratloos.
"(Signed) WM. II. SEWARD."
A dispatch from M. Thouvcnal to M. Meroirr,
r renoh minister to our Uovemmcnt, is also con
tained In thecorrcsoondence.ln which M. Tbou
venal urges that a neutral flag from ono ncutrat
to another neutral port, covers the persona and
merchandise, x covers and adopts the onn
olplts laid down lutlio dispatch ol Earl Russell,
to wutcn-mr. Howard apptopriateiy replies
The following is from Lord Lyons to Mr.
Bjiraru:
Washington, Deo. 27 tb, ldCl
To thi Hen. Wm H. Seward:
Sir, I have this morning received the note
which you did me the honor to address to me
yesterday in answer to Earl Russell's dispatch
Of Nov. 30th, rolative to the removal of Messrs.
Muson, Slldell, McFarland.snd Eustis; from the
British mail packet Trent. I will, without lots
of timo, forward to tier Majesty's Government
a copy of the important communication which
yon hive made to mo. I will also, without de
lay, do myself tbe honor to oonfer with you per
sonally on tbe aruosemeuts to bo made lor dc
llvering tho four gentlemen to me, in order that
tiey may again be placed under tho protection
of the British flag.
I bnvo the honor to be, etc .
LYONS.
From Washington.
[Tribune's Dispatch.]
Washington, Deo. 27. Lurd Lyons has sent
In the British demand for tbe surrender of Ma
son and Slldell. Time was given to Sccratnry
Seward to reply.
Minister Webb, at Brazil, represents that tho
sympathy in that oountry is strong in favor of
tne reatni uovernment.
World's Dispatch.
Geo. Scott has eeut a communication to Sec
retary Seward, but its contents are unknown.
It is now settled beyond a doubt thnt in cisc
of a war between the United States and Eng
land France will remain neutral, with a lean
ing toward England.
Bjth Lord L)ono and Secretary Scwp.rJ re
ceived dispatches por the Arago.
The Auditor ot Massachusetts has presented
bill of $3,200,000 for cxnem-es ot sending
troops forward, of . which $1,300,000 will be
paid hot.
(Times Dlspalco.
Secretary Seward gave a diomr party Filday!
ouir i nr. . a.hi.li tunma nrnm.n. T r - . - !
and tho House and Senato committees on Fed
eral Relatione.
Minister Corwin baa made no treaty with
Mexico, and tbe l imes specially states tba'.
Gen. Miraraon ia now on bis way from New
York to Mexico, to gather tho fragments of
mo oia cnurcn party to co-onerato witii tbe
bpanlsb invaders to establish a provisional gov
ernment, Gen. Miramon to beat tho boa J, and
subsequently to erect a Spauiolj monarchy.
Lieut. Hurd of the Second Maine regiment,
wno reported tne escape ot nimseit end Uol.
Corcoran from Charleston, is bolievcd to ba a
big humbug.
Congressman Lly briuss a list of twentv-
seven hundred prisoners. He states that there
no doubt of extended and deep Union feeling
Richmond, and if tbe national army were
within ten miles of-Ricbmond our old flag
would be hung out from hundreds of windows
tbere; but at present there is a psrfeot reign of
terror. .
Washinoton, Deo. 28. Tho decision of the
President in tbo Trent affair, as announced and
explained In tbe dispatch of Secrotary Seward,
oas tne approval o? every member of tbe Cabi
net.
The lotcliiccncer. ia an article asnarintlv
semi-official, says: "Whatever may be tbe dis
appointment of any at the result to which the
Administration has come in settling a question
wnicn constitutionally uevoiveu upon the JUtec-
utiveof the Government, we are sure that all
will applaud tho flrmnors and sincerity of the
Aamimstrauon. ine latouigencer says, in
conclusion, "whatever, therefore, may bo said
any in tbe way of exception to tbe extreme
terms of the demands mado by the British in
tbe case of tho Trent, it is at least just to ad
mit mat tne case nss Decn so aniustei by our
Government as to subserve, we would hope, tho
great causo ot neutral rights against the re
sumptions heretofore asserted by England, but
now repudiated by that power in common with
Franco and tho United States Tho law of na
tions as traditionally interpreted by our Gov
ernment has received a new sanction, though at
the cost of eomo national sensibilities, waked
Into disproportionate activity by the temporary
exaceroation ot our civil leuds. i ce tatter, let
remember, are but for a day. Tito !aw of
nations Is for all time."
From Fortress Monroe—Southern
News.
Fort Monroi, Dee. 27 Gen. Earcside is ex
pected to arrive here to-morrow to cjUBult with
uen. Wool and Lorn. Goldsborough in relation
bis contemplated movements.
UonBiderablo excitement rrevailn at York-
town in anticipation ol an attack All the sick
wtro removed on the 2l3t by order of Gen. Ma
gruder. Tho publication ot tbe Korloik Dav B.ok
was suspended yesterday for the want of paper.
copy fll to-aay'B it-euo wes brought doftii bv
fhg of truce.
The Day Book says that tho Wiiians s'eamfr
came into the Roada on Wednesday, and wai
still there yeBttrdav.
Ihe Keystone fatnto tvaR pr-rnaps rui-tufetn
for tho Winans
The Day Book learns that General Scott had
arrived in Ncw.York, and tint he left Iceland
the request or tbe English authorities; nt.d
that tucy were abuut u occurs war ngaicst the
United States.
A ditfo'ch, dated Naehville, Dec. 25, p.s
that Gen. Crittenden, with twelve thousand men,
waa within forty miles of ilopkiusville, and
would advance upon that place from three
points. The Soutbiri rights citizens there
are sending their families end stock to the
South.
A banking bouse, a branch of the Northern
Biuk of Kentucky, wss tiken possession ot by
tbe rebels on tbe 24ih. Only &7000 in Ken
tucky bills wero found.
JobnG. Divia.a member of tho Federal Con
gress from tbe Seventh District of Indiana, ar
rived at Hopklnsville on bis way to Richmond,
but for what purpose is not stated.
A torce ot not less than Bixtv thousand men.
the advance of Gen. Buell's army, have crossed
Green River, and is within fiva miles ot Ocn.
Hindroan's advanoe
Great p-erwrations hud been made for the
defense of Bowling Green, and show a terrible
conflict to be impeuding.
From Missouri.
St. Lcdis, Dee 23. Tho legal condition of
the uegrocs discharged yeetetday by the order
of the Trovobt Marshal General, is in no wise
changed, but only freed from confinement and
sale, on the presumption that they are slaves
Gen. Halleck says this order will not debar any
one from enforcing his legal rights, if any exist.
They can be enforced through the loyal civil
tribunals of the Stats, whose mandate will al
ways be duly respected by tho military authori
ties of this department. Military officers can
not decide upon the rights of property or claims
service, except so far as may be authoriced
far as may be authorised by the laws of war
or ioe acts or congress, wnen not to autnor
Ized, they will avoid all interference in such
questions,
GatENroRT, Dea. 28. -The bear? caunouillog
near Gardner's Bay, which was the subject of a
telegram irom stonirjgtoD, was mused by ucn.
james soa oineritostlug the Jsmes cannon. r
Baltihom, Deo.' 38. John C. Legrand, Es
Chief Justioo of Maryland, died this after
noon.
i
Boston, Deo. 28 Apploton Oakes Smith, of
New i oik, an alleged accomplice of ekinnsr,
who was reoently convicted of fitting oat tbe
schooner Murg&retta Bcott In New Bedlord lor
a slaver, was before Judge oprague in tne
United States Court to day, charged with such
complicity. He plead not guilty, and was re
quired to give bail in the sum of five thousand
dollars to appear In Marcn lor trial.
A Cutter Lost.
Boston, Deo. 23 The revenue cutter How
ell Cobb, from tbe lakes via Quebeo for Boston
went .ashore at Lane's Hole, Capo Ann, last
night. Tbe crew were saved but tbe vessel I
a total loss.
Fire—A Woman Burned to Death.
Corning, Deo. 29. This moraine at 3 o'clock
a bra broke out In tbe laundry ot the Diokin
son House, destroying the laundry and tbe fur
niture room of J. Mallory. The laundry was
detached from the hotel, aud was occupied by
between ten and twelve female servants, who
ran into the street, leaving their clothes inside
Oae, Mary Giuloy, it Is said, In attempting to
recover her clothes, was burned to death. Tbe
hotel loss amounts to four thousand dollars
insurance not known.
Bridge Burning.
udincv, in, use. 23 Tbe bridces over
Fabius and North rivers, on the Palmvra Rail
road, were destroyed by fire last night by the
rcoeis.
Rail Road Time Table.
DiirLi Miami k Goi.uMsosfc.XDnA B. R.
Ltfivei. An4vM
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NelsonS. Darling etal. i
vs. i I
Thomas Biddleetal.
' Common Pleas.
BY VIRTCE4IF AN ORDER OF 8AI.E
to me direoted from the Court of Oommon Pleaa
of Franklin county, Ohio, I will offer for aale at tbe door
of the Court llouse. In the City of Columbus, on
Saturday, tbe 25th day of January, A. D. 1862,
at one o'olock, P. HI., the followlngdescrlncdreal estate,
situate in the county of franklin and State ot Ohio, to
witt
Being spartof half section No. fourteen (14), town,
ship five (5), range twenty two (82), refugee lauds; be
ginning at a post in the centre of Atcheion street, being
the southwest corner of a tract of thirty lire acres and
fltty-one square poles of land conveyed by Atchxeoo,
Shoemaker ard othera, to John Field aod R. B. Adams
thenre with tne Ir west line N. IX S. seventy-eight poles
triiriMl in the N. line of half section No. 14. 1. 5. K.
it, Hetagee lands; being the northwest corner te eald
t ield Adams's tract oi iniriy-inrae acres ana si poios,
thence with said half section N.88X W. forty poles and
twenty and one half linka to a atone, a. w. corner ol
saldtraol; thence on the original line or saldtraotB.
1 a W, ninety roles to a post in tne center ot Atcheson
trust, thenoe with tbe oenterol aaUl street N. 73M B
42 poles andS linka to the beginning, containing twenty
ecres ftnu one uunarvn euu ita square pvies.
Appraised at too uu per acre
iV . a. W. HUFFMAN. Sheriff,
act Master Commissioner
Printer's fees S 00.
deciO-dltkwtd.
R
EI'FIXANT OR WATER-PROOF
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t.pr1U No. 89 Booth High strv
No. 9, South High Street
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COMMERCIAL MATTERS.
New York Market.
[REPORTED FOR THE OHIO STATESMAN.]
New York, Dec. 28.
COTTON Very quiet and mlddllni uplands are nom
leal at 31X9330.
rLOUH The market opened quiet and stead, and
oloied ahout So better: rather mord doing lo export and
home coninnipt'.onj sain of 13 800 barrels it 13 SOttlS 30
fur iJeo ed; iOQS 40 for superfine stale; SJ5 85(95 65
ror exira suie, S3 waiz su rorsunernne western i S5 00
S ba for eomnioa lo medium extra western! SJ3 60
GitS SO for shipping branda extra round hoop Ohio and
o inu 13 tor iraoe nranaa oo., market cloilng quiet
Oaoadltn flour Is a shade easier with moderate denanri
sales 70U bols at 15 30i5 40 for suDernne; IS OWaia 75
lorcommon uicaoioe extra.
EYal VLOUK-Steadyand quiet: small sales at about
previous quotations.
uunn mHAb uuiei anu nominally anonanaed.
WaiBKlf la a shade better; sales ot BUI) bbis at 18
WHEAT Opened firm! closed a shade better: 7.000
nuineis unicaeo snrini at ai ao; ju xuu oo amber ion
at ! 33; 1,000 winter red western at 1 37 and 1,000
oommon Onnada white on private terms.
HYK Wlibout decl'led change; sales 8 000 bmh prime
isie ai bjj, i,(tw ao common western ana state at 1'Jm
8uo.
BARLEY Qalet and stradv: sales 4.000 buibels at 11
75c for state and 73e for Oaoada tast.
OOBN Rules dull and heavy; aales 34,000 bushels at
tiJo ror pnme mixed western In store and delivered.
OATS In llml.ed request at 3D7ii for Jersey. Gin
ada, weiteru and stale; tales V.010 uuih Prince Kil ward's
unnoateuo.
FOKK There la a moderate buirioeia dolntr at orloea
uguiiy in iTur oi ouyers, sales ww barrels at sjy X9
WIS 62 fur mess, ! Ii41l for western city prime mess,
fid w ror clear, ao xa&a a ror prime.
BKKPBulee quiet aod firm: sales IKS barrels at U4
(34 50 for country prime, $5 fir country mess, fll 50
wu lor repacaea nie-s, u wu va lur extra mess
rrime lleie Beet luactlr at tlWAH.
BkKP UAMd steady; sales 50 barrels nrlme western
ai ejia ou.
OUT ME ATS Quiet; sales St 33tf5c for shoulders.
4 H3Go for bams. We notice aalcs 10,000 green heme at
bhiiked meats Dull and nom tally nnchaneed.
BACON Steady and uaohanced: s ilts 43 bcie. iht,rt
nooca mioaies at txo.
LAKU Mure active at rrlces In faror of the barer:
sales 1D0O barrels al7Jf SSjfo.
uu'is urensed until
BOTiJCH Selllui at llt15o for Ohio. lBftHta for
siaie.
CHEESE Heavy and lower: silesat SVHa-. tha lit.
ter an extreme price.
SUGAR Hawi selea 49 hhda flnhi it RWrfSAW! 900
kii.ii rono nicoatcx; iuu rtaga Bism at exo net cash;
UW7 hags Manilla to go to Baltimore at 7Vo net caahand
M01ABaB-Qu let and Without material dina In
prices; sales 450 khds K. R.at40r; 19 hbds Bartadoea
Cincinnati Market.
CINCINNATI, Dec. 28.
fLUUK Continues dull and nrli-ei are nnmln.1. Tr
is extremely difficult to sell superfine ataoy thii.g below
vv , .M . hi.i piiuo iiiv ncmuia u nulled. A
few sales of extra were mmie at $i, and femlly at 4 10.
Fancy sold by the dray load at St 534 40, depending
entirely upon the reputation of llio brand. 11.6 sales
oonpriie DUO brls at our noiation.
ub at is dull and lower. IUU sold at Bio. which
must be considered a lull mice. Cbolca whit .ni i
t5380o. We quote the market at 60a3o for red, and
63&60o for white.
UUUN - Is oulet. and It la mihw rnnra d;rs,,i in
28o for new ear lo hulk ; tnles of 2,000 bush at x7o at the
upper, and Sdc at lue lowor depot.
OATS Are quiet. The aules are 3,000 bushel.i at S8o.
SSic In bulk, and 30o In eacits, buyers furnishing the
sacks.
HI E-Ts In EOOd rcaueit at 43-.
BAIlLKV Afalr demand i 4-:ifl',n- r.ir full rA An-3
43c for spring.
IJAY-I, steady at II! per ton for prime timothy. In
Mies, oo arrival.
APPLES The receipts are larirc In nxrent nt thu H.
mand, and prlree are deollninn. We quote common to
choice dull at S233 50 per hl,
POTATuES Are dull at 33c on arrival, and 40c from
lurv lor prima neioancCKS
OOlfFEB The Jobbing demand continues good and
the market la firm, with an nnwHnl taminni-v in ,,rin..
It ll difficult to cuv crime below CIIV. nil anm., nr. a Iff
v io. im wuoie range irom common to choice li from
IVX&Zle, with sales oKIUO hai-int iU.V'.OUr- in SI: h
latter price in the Jobbing way.
8COAK Is Mr. and most of tha hnMm rn a.tilnl.
Xoblcher. but we do not change our quotations, which
are 0;H-;o, Including Cuba, Porto Ulco and New Or
leans, -ihore Is but Tery little Porto Ulco In market; It
is held at lOSlOtfu.
MOLASfcKS la firm at 45c. In (hi small wnv cash
purchases eould be m da at 44c.
WUIiKY The offerlnns of and demand aw about
equal, and the market is firm, with sales of 1,100 oris at
1313o including that tram wagon.
vommtreint.
Cleveland Market.
CLEVELAND, Dec. 27.
FLODR Sales of forlv barrels while wheat at mi 04-
100 barrel red wheat at 14 37, and 30 barrels do at
9400.
WHEAT The market la Inactive; red Is offered at SOe
OATd Salea cf i car on track at S7a. 'ihera li nn in.
qutry for oata.
lahu rates or iuu obis at 7 wo.
BKBiDS Sales of 60 bush Time lb i at II 7S. Olonr
Is held at 14 1 3 4 Si.
HOQ3 Dressed, sales of CO heal at 3 33-aTaragiDK
BIS ANB Sales at 1 f5 and 91 37 per buth. for small
lots,
APPLES Sales ef S bbis at SKc. Green are In cood
demand at IS&S 30 bbl.
tOQ i-Jobbing lots to clly trade at 10 V3ll4o.
POHS Market depressed. No sales.
POULTBX Kales ol small lots chickens at 3e, and
turkeys at 7c.
UV ID Be
Leader.
Hog Markets.
CHICAGO.
Bcoelpts R.4U.
The unlsTorabls change In the weather yesterday and
this marolns;. tbe large number of bogson hand, and the
large purchases made the latter nart of last week, all
combined to make the market to-day dnll and active
Opining, ss the day did, very warm, with a light rain
lamum uujurs wr out uiiposeo. to purcnase Qniess at
lower prices than selles felt disposed to accept, but be
fore noon the latter gave way. and sales wera marta at a
decline of from 10c to 15o 9 cwt. grosr. At noon the
weather suddenly changed eold, and holders became
more arm. But few sales, howevei, were made In the
afternoon, holdera preferring to wait until to-morrow in
anticipation of better prloes. A few choice lots war
taken for shipping at 2 53 9 owt., that being about tha
outside figure that shippers were Inclined to pay. The
bulk of the aales were made to packers. At the close
tne marnoi was nrm at y 4UV tio. 87.
LOUISVILLE.
The market la flat to-day, and the weather boirnr
unfavorable only three houses were kllllnrr. It la oulta
possible that this week will close the season. Ihere
seems no deposition to buy produots, aod very little
among packers to buy hogs. Tbe news from England
haa put Ihe market down, and fears, that even if tbe
present amenity is removed England will hssten to Snd
another pietext, have their inauecce. We note one
small sals to day of good bogs at (3 03.
"AROUND THE PALLS."
Killed to-day. To date.
In pens.
;iuo
700
Hamilton Sr. Bra 1.0L0
HuDmau, Duncan ft Co
Jar vii Oo
Owsley St Oo
0. W. Thomas At Co..
A. S.tVhlteScUo 1,246
MoDonalddc Oo.(M.A.) ..
D.ltlcketts&Co. (Jeff.)... 700
700
Total i... 8,943 U4 5
.Democrat. 27,
1,71)0
ZANESVILLE.
For several (lays past the weather has been hiehlv fa
vorable for klllli g and packing away pork, and our deal
ers are makit g tie most ot It. The price still rules low,
irom SJUiJ xj per cwt., Is all we believe that baa vet
been paid for It, ind now aa ibere la no Immediate pros
pect of a rise in price, our farmera are bringing it in
prcuy iixmj . n a uoxever preuict oeiore spring a very
decided adrar.ee In the price and thoee who can conve
ntently keep theirs over ror a few months, we think will
be amply rewarded by paying prices. The following are
our principal puckers In this city. Maura. Wm. Fox,
Dailtogton t Moore, John Bowman, Austin Berry and
A. Dixon. Oguiler, S7.
CINCINNATI.
The receipts ot hois am llrrht. hslni onlv 3 (inn head
during the laat twenty-four hours. Most of the packers
are Miming to buy, aod It ia with great difficulty thu
aales oould be made. A lot ot about six hundred head,
which were purchased last evening at ti 13. were on the
market to-diy at S3 10 without a buyer. We quote the
market dnll at (33 10, the Utter rate for extra heavy
The day has been floe for killing. Ihe aalea to-day
were
190baid, averaging ! 0 lbs, at 3 80
8)0 do 3)1 da i 18
IWI do 33 do 3 00
3-0 do light do 3 OS
S do S002H140 do .....33 18
8-0 do 8U0 do 3 03
SIM) do SiO do 3 03
ISO do 800 do 3 10
41 do 330 do 3 10
IKnqnlrer, 28.
TOLEDO.
Sresssd hoge are arriving quite freely, but the weath
sr is so warm that none feel disposed to invest lo any
great exttnr, ana larje ehlpmenta are being mios.
Small tales at 3 S038u. Blade, S3.
BAIN & SO U,
No. 29 South High Street, Columbo.8,
ARl nOW OFFEBINO
8000 yards Travellu Dress Ooods at 8, value
' JSK cents.
83O0 yards Traveling Dress Ooods at 13X, vn'uo 80 cts
HKIO yards English BerAies ht 1SH, valne 83 cents.
luuu yards freoon urgauaies at liH, value u cents.
8OU0 yards Fast Oolored Lawne at 10, value 15 cents.
1000 yards Foulard Dress Silks at 37X, value 30 cent.
1500 yards Super Plain Blank Silk at 1 00. value 1 1 Ho
Bobes ol Organdie Berage, and Mngllsh Bsrage, at cp.v
hall their value. . .
BAIN ft SON,
e9 30 South Sigh Street.
1HE OHIO STATESMaVN STEAM
ROOK AND JOB
PRINTING. ESTABLISHMENT
Haying Increased IU already
EXTENSIVE FACILITIES
Is fully prepared to sxecute la the
MOST. ELABORATE MANNER,
AND lit
TIIK LATEST STYLES, 1
CATALOOCIe,
BRIEFS,
BILLS LADING,
BILL HEADS,
NOTES,
DBATT3,
0ITE0K8,
CIECCLAR3,
HAMPBXrJTS,
LI ITER HEADg,
LI9AL BLANKS,
DRAT BXOITPTg,
LABELS, CARDS,
ENYELOPEB,
RAILROAD, INSURANCE,
And every desorlptloo of)
LETTER PRESS PRINTING,
Equal to any Establishment In tbe Stats, and upon
terms which win compare favorably with the
leading Eastern Printing Houses.
Havins every Facility! to aid XT
a TBI f BODCCnOH or
ELEGANT POSTERS
A It D
HIGHLY ILLUMINATED
snow CARDS,
We offer our servtoes to all who may desire that class
of i
We have connected with our Establishment a
PLANK BOOK BINDERY.
From whl we prod nee the
UMM-Cwst Z31nXils. XV oris
A!TD TBS MOOT
8 , RAH EOAO SLAKK BOO
OUR T ABLISHMENT
bto bee4mlttd
LAIIOEST
rni most
C03IPLETE IN FACILITIES,
AK9 THI atOST
PERFECT IN ORGANIZATION
In this City, and we may add,
WE WILL FAVORABLY COMPARi
WITH ANT
Printing Home In the West.
RICHARD NBTIN8,
PBOPBIETOB.
O 0 1EVJ13LJ US
Machine MannfactDring Company J
fijSo (ion c.o uo.u.ce e o. a. kMrsi1:is
f-r.;"5..T.TrrTTnr
2a
r-
HANOrAOTCMtM OP
STEAM ENGINES & BOILERS,
CMtinjri, KUi eoulng, IfMhlntry.
ALSO,
0.ill:iou3. Worlt
Of cvxkt ocscKirnoM.
coMiraucs, ohio.
0QA8. AHBOS, Sup't. f. AMBOB, Treaa
deoll. I HSR-It
Master Commissioner's Sale.
B, Well. Admr of )
Joshua Baldwin's estate, (Common Pleaa.
ve. r June Term, A. D. IMS.
Esra Martin et al. J
BT virtue of in order of tale to me direoted from the
Court of Oommon Pleaa of franklin eoonty, Ohio,
I will offer for eale at the door of the Court Houee In
the City ot Columbus, Ohio,, on
Thuralav, Jauuarj 30th, A. D. 1863,
at one o'clock P. M ., the following described real estate
situate In Uw county of. Franklin and Btnte of Ohio, to
Bounded on the east and weat by au extension of the
east and west lines of fifth stree t, nor th bv Sugar alley
and south by Town street, being sixty feet front on Town
street by 187W feet deep, aod situated In the city of Oo
lumbns, Ohio, talng the same property conveyed by
John w. Baser and wife to eald Martin, by deed date
April i, looo.
Appraised at 13 000.
0. W. ntJIFMAW, Sheriff,
' and Matter Oimmiselorer.
Piloter's fees 3,7J. ,
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BAIN & SON
AlTFll tho moal Cxtonalve
tssorli
KJ
Dent of
Brown and Bleached Cotton flannels,
. ... ainsiins;
Barnaley Cotton Sheetlega;
Select Stylee of Oalioo's and Vclalnea;
Tickings, 8hirtlnge, Otnghama.
And Ootton Baltinge.
Also, Blankets, flannels,
Oassuneree, Cloak Ololhs, eta, etc
Much below regular prices .
BAIN ft SOS,
octlt 3V loath High Street.
I
XJJU w ,
QABDT7ADEST0CE
JU8T RECEIVED Br
WE A. GILL,
No. 30 North High Street,
I Oris oi ths Larfsst aau Bsst fciMtad A saw I
or
m OffiaiD i thu onr
House Balldera' Fflrnishin
of svEgr irrn akd QOAtiti.
FreackAHerIefti.
Window GtiASAa
PAINTS O HOUND IN Off.,
and pat np la half pound out far family u, ua Jry
Paints la bsiUr,
lirushBa of every variety & quality.
A Splendid Assortment of
MACHINISTS TOOLS.
CARRIAGE MATERIADS.
AXES GRINDSTONES, Avo
GUNS, PISTOLS, SHOT, o
USHING TACKLE.
ROPE H CORDAGE.
LEATHER AND INDIA RUBBER.
BELTING.
WEDGES, MAULS, PUMPS,
AGRICULTURAL IMPLEMENTS.
SCYTHE8, ato.,
SCALES, BELLS, CHAINS
Table and Pocket Cutlery.
I especially Invite the attention of all InternetM m .
stock of Pocket and Table Cutlery, and
MILTER PLATED FOHKS,
Table, Desert, and Tea Spoons,
Butter Knives, fco..
KtXMHiio BBO'S. Uanufactora. warranted
ets
rxrraneavy, cieotro-PUted.on genuine Albatta.
Oonttry M erehan la, Mechanics, and others, an
o oall and examine my Stock, as I am nrenared to sell
1 holeoale and Ketall. Win. A. fin.i
Oolurabus. Ohio, May 8, 1800.
Master Commissioner Sale.
John 0. Blckel
VS. fnma,.H Vim.
Mlchaol Strickfaden et sl.
BY VIRTUE OF AN ORDER OF SALE
to me dlretid fmm rh O.nrt Ar nAnnn. a m
w waa, a V a viaj muii g- J g 9 J 1
f ranklin county, Ohio, 1 will offer for eale at the door of
the Court llouse, lo the city of Oolumbus, on
SAturJay, the 25th ity of Jnury, A D I8C2,
between the hours of 10 o'clock a. and 4 o'clock p
m., the following described real estate, situate In the
county of franklin and Stat of Ohio, to wit:
Lot No. seven (7), 1 a Parsuns's addition lo the city or
Columbus, Ohio.
Appraised at 7S0 00.
O. W. HUFFMAN,
Sheriff and SiilwrlM.l.iHLuu..
. .1WMIHNIK,,
Printer's fees. IS 11.
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Master Commissioner's Sale.
deorge 0. Osbora
vs.
Superior Court.
Samuel L. Ungo et al.
BT VIHTUK OF AN ORDER OF SALE
to me directed, from the Superior Court of Frank
lin County, Ohio, I will offer fur aale, at th door of
the Court llouse, In the city of Oolumbus, on
Saturday, the 13th day of January, A. D, 1663,
at one o'olock, P. at., lie following described real estate,
situate In th oounty of franklin, and Slat of Ohio,
to wib
A oertala pkc or land In section two (9), township
two (8). range seventeen (17j, United States UIIKiry
land; oommencin In the center of Plank road .ixty feel
(60) south of the M. oerner of a lot deeded from 0. L.
Weslervelt te Peter Hammoa; thence S. with said road
twelve rooe (IS) and some links to tteorge Btjner's line -thence
I. tbirtv-.n roda rill aaA thi.i.- .... . .-..
teei (ISM), theaoe N. parallel wlthaald road aUta rod
(18) thenc weet to tbe place of beglaalng) it being tbe
earn thre are (J) dreded froas 0. L. WeiUrveit to S.
I.. Lingo, execpt a fraeilon Mf-etwlda an tha w. n-
eorner, and known as lot No. on of th subdivision o
wo iw'i uvienoea snra aor piece.
sppraieaa at anie noa. , , and a, (3Q DO each.
" Not No. S and hoaae, ITi bO.
H Tb on nor lot, 75 00.
A. W. BOFf MAN. SberuT,
, . .and Uacter Oosnmlasloner.
WlLSMt ft BoMBAAt, Att'ys.
Printer's fees S 00.
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Master Commissioner's Sale.
Joshiu Baldwin's adm'ri
I Conrt of Common Pleas.
Blohard Snow lea et al.)
BY VIRTUE OF AN ORDER OF 8 ALU
to me direoted from the Court of Common Piaaa nf
franklin oounty, Ohio, I will offer for sal at th door
of th Oourt House, in the city of Columbus, Ohio oa
Saturday, the 4th day of January, A. D. 18S9
between th boar of 10 A. If. and 4 P. If . the fol!
lowing preml.es, situate In th city of Ooltwbai frank
lin eonatv. Ohio, to wits
In-lot ho. 89; alto, lots Nos 14, IS, 16, 17, IS, 18.
TO Si and U. of Snowdsa'a subdivision of Out-lota Nos.
S3 and St of said city,
appraise, at Lot Mo. TO 3.300 00
liOWMoa. Mand ,al.,..94'3 00 each.
" ' 10 and 17, at.... SOO 00 "
" " 18, 19,80 ft gl, at 473 00 "
" " 8 su HO 00
a. W. BOffatAN, Sheriff,
and Master Commissioner
Printer's fees, ti tt.
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Sheriff's Sale.
Feter A. Pressler t Dm)
S.D. S.
Thomas Daniel.
) Superior Ooart.
BY VIRTUE OF AN ORDER OF SALK
to me directed, from the SunerlorOonrt al franklin
Oounty. Ohio, I will offer for sal, at th door ot tb
Court lions, la th city of Oolumbus, Ohio, on
Saturday, tbe 4th day of January, A. D. 1862,
between the hour of 10 o'clock A. at. and 4 o'olock
P. at., the following lands and tenements, altuat in
the oounty of franklin, State of Ohio, and In the town
of Worthlngton, and known and desorlbed a follows, to
wlu
Th north equal third part of In-lot number nin.tv-
two (PS), as distinguished th original and rtoirded
plat ef the town of Worthlngton, la said franklin oean
ty, Ohio, being th same preml, conveyed If eald
Theodore 8. Taller and Sobrtna his wife, to eald lkoaaas
Daniel, by deed dated August S3ih, A. D 18ii.
Appraised at few uu
0. W. HUFFMAN. Sheriff.
Printer's fees SO 00.
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Sheriff's Sale.
Francis If. Story by his next friend, 1
Mary Story, petitioner. I Superior Court.
VS. f franklin MBAtV.
Joseph Story ft others, respondent. J
BY VIRTUE OF AN ORDKH OF HALE
to ate directed front th Superior Ooart of franklin
eounty, Ohio, I will offer for eel at th door of the
Ooart House, in th city of Oolumbue, on
Saturday, tbe 4th day of January A. D. 18G3,
at onto clock, P. M-.the following described real e
tate, sltaei la Pleasant township, Franklin county
Ohio, to wlu
Part of survey No. 3609. ot th Virginia Military Sur
veys, beginning at a atake In tha southwest corner of th
tract of land, containing on hundred acres, oonveyed to
Joaiah Bavana by Joseph Story by deed bearing date May
7, 1836; theaoe eoath H7X poles toastak.aaUrooruoAll
hickories and an elm; tbanc asl LMpolectoaetake lo a
prairie; thence north V7X Polea to a atake on tba weet
sid of aa elm marked eoror ha th lln of tb Ktous
lot; Uienc west 184 pole to tb beginning, containing
fifty-two and a half acre, more er less; aubeot to a
dower estate heretofore set off and astlgne d to Mary
Story, widow of said Marmadnke Story la eald preeshw.
ieeoribed as follows: Beginning at a stake front which a
black walnut U inehss la diameter bears N. 451, og.
M. IS links; thenc B. 3 deg. W 81 poles aod SO linka
to a atake; thence S. SS deg. B. 1X4 pole to a stake la
th weet tin o f K soman 'a aaod; theno N. Si pole and
SO Inks to a stake la lb wait side of aa eua marked as a
corner; tbenc N. SS dag. weat IS4 poles to lb begin
ning. Tains or SaL. On third ia hand, . third ia on
year, and one third la two rears, with Interest froas tbe
dy si sal, secured ty saorigage
Appraised a
- V ...
at iu w
raer.
W. HtJFFMUf. Sheriff,
By Ba. Pavn. Deputy.
Printer's Use W 00,
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